|Surfing Secrets - Le bruit qui rend fou [nt6005] - Surfing Secrets|
Compendium release by Surfing Secrets, a loose collective based around Frédérick Blouin (Oeuf Korreckt) which has its roots into the mock-demogroup Atrox, started in Quebec City in the mid-1990s. This outrageous full-length release revisits many past Atrox "hits" with new remixes & offers a bunch of new tracks. A little knowledge of French will likely help appreciating the absurdist humour of the lyrics, but the music (a full fledged parody of techno music) is certainly funny enough in itself ...
Keywords: Humour; Satire; Techno
|833-45 - Distance [nt012] - K M Krebs|
Distance is the debut EP from K M Krebs, now a prominent figure of the netlabel scene. This stunning debut establishes the shortwave texture aesthetic that would be the defining mark of 833-45 in his following albums, but is also host to some seriously dirty, broken rhythms.
Keywords: Rhythmic Noise; Ambient Techno
|Junggrammatiker - Junggrammatiker [nt098] - Junggrammatiker|
This debut 3-track EP from Junggrammatiker is all about compositional stubbornness. In this case, three tracks made solely with beats. No melody. No timbre. Nothing but old drum machines. Think of it as the reverse of ambient music. Or something. * For full artwork and information please visit the official album page on notype.com.
Keywords: idm; minimal house; minimal techno